Leading Emissions Consultant Assists with Truck Grant Applications

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Intending to reduce emissions along California Trade corridors, CARB releases $106 million in grant funding to owners of Class 7 and 8 trucks used for the movement of goods.

There is a very narrow window for truck fleet owners to take action on Prop 1B.

Prop 1B, also known as the Goods Movement Program, provides significant financial relief for truck fleet owners, especially when combined with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) 2-for-1 early adopter credit. Prop 1B allows fleet owners to take advantage of a narrow window of opportunity to upgrade their fleets with grant money. Two fast-approaching deadlines are in effect: Prop 1B applications must be submitted before April 29, 2011, and CARB 2-for-1 early credit orders must be submitted by May 1, 2011.

A major diesel retrofitter, Ironman Parts & Services, is helping fleet owners take advantage of the new incentives by offering no-charge grant application assistance to support fleets in meeting CARB compliance. The overall goal is to ensure maximum savings potential for fleet owners faced with the CARB Truck & Bus regulation.

Fleet owners are encouraged to visit the Ironman website for Prop1B application assistance (http://www.ironmanparts.com/prop1bgrant.htm) and for information about CARB's 2-for-1 credit (http://www.ironmanparts.com/credit.htm). Due to the time-sensitive nature of the available incentives, fleet owners should apply immediately.

“There is a very narrow window to take action,” says Craig Phillips, president and CEO of Ironman Parts & Services. “Over the years we've seen fleet owners become increasingly aware of the significant advantages of becoming early adopters. Unfortunately, many others fall under what we refer to as the 'too-late adopters' scrambling at the last minute to put a plan together, ultimately costing their companies millions of dollars.”

About Ironman
Ironman Parts & Services, located in Corona, California, is a leading diesel retrofit installer in several industries including trucking, construction, marine, stationary engines, and others. The company provides its customers with comprehensive supportive services which include grant application assistance, diesel particulate filter installation, long-term maintenance programs, CARB reporting and fleet audits. For more information on diesel retrofitting, visit http://www.ironmanparts.com.


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